Ahmedabad: Fraudulent game in the name of fake police, five accused arrested AHMEDABAD: Five accused have been arrested in connection with a fake police operation
Fake police smashing game
Five accused, who are in the custody of Naroda police in Ahmedabad, have identified themselves as crime branch police and kidnapped a trader trading in vegetables.
Ahmedabad In the city (Ahmedabad) Crime Branch k (Crime) Of the police (POLICE)The incident of breaking the name comes up from time to time. Then once again a complaint has been registered in the name of crime branch kidnapping a trader and demanding Rs 3 lakh and grabbing Rs 20,000. Naroda police have registered a case and arrested 5 accused. Read the report on who broke the fake police.
Five accused, who are in the custody of Naroda police in Ahmedabad, have identified themselves as crime branch police and kidnapped a trader trading in vegetables. The accused are Rajan Patel, Pradip Patil, Narendrasinh Jadeja, Mahipalsinh Jodha and Amit Patel. The accused had abducted Indralal Jat, a trader originally from Rajasthan and now residing in Naroda, around 7 pm on the 7th. Police demanded Rs 3 lakh and seized Rs 20,000 for not filing a case saying they keep small children for business. So the police have registered a crime and arrested the accused.
On the 7th the merchants were doing business on their lorries. Then five men in a white Swift came up to the truck. And began to say who owns this lorry. Why do you hire a little boy? He gave his identity in the name of Crime Branch and threatened to file a case. Kidnapped on the pretext of being taken to Naroda police station. And the police demanded Rs three lakh for not filing a case. However, as the trader did not have money, he grabbed Rs 20,000 through ATM. The main accused in the case, Rajan Patel, was found to be working as a driver in cyber crime. Anyone has been arrested by the police.
Naroda police registered a case and arrested the accused but the accused gang has started investigating whether any other crime has been committed and whether any other trader has money in the name of the police. It remains to be seen what new facts will emerge in the police investigation.